Financial Aid Information
College Board - This site contains a financial aid calculator as well as financial aid information.
College Connection - Financial Aid Scholarships for College - A place where undergraduates and vocational students can receive free scholarship information, begin to build a financial aid package and select a school.
College Navigator allows the student to search for more than 7,000 colleges and universities by name, location, program, degree offerings, or a combination of criteria.
Facebook - Weekly tips, info, and links.
FAFSA on the Web - The official online FAFSA application
Federal school codes to be entered into FAFSA information.
FINAID - The Financial Aid Information page is a very extensive listing of financial aid links. This page contains a financial aid estimator.
Nellie Mae Loan Link - Information from the largest non-profit education loan provider in the U.S.
Pin site - Students can apply for the personal identification number needed to sign the online FAFSA.
Princeton Review - General Information about financial aid packages and types of loans.
Financial Aid Estimation Form - Estimate your expected family contribution. \
NASFAA - Financial aid information.
Student Aid on the Web - In-depth information on federal student aid programs, applying for financial aid, and repaying student loans.
Nelnet - Offers students everything from scholarship and financial aid information to campus news.
Unusual Scholarships - Lists some of the more interesting, esoteric, and unusual scholarship financial aid has encountered. The scholarship for left-handed students is the one more frequently mentioned by new media, but the duct tape contest is gaining in popularity.
Other types of Aid - In addition to primary sources of financial aid (loans and scholarships), other kinds of aid are available to many students. These other types of aid fall into eight categories:
- Free Scholarship Lotteries
- Federal and State Government Aid
- College-Controlled Aid
- Student Profile-Based Aid
- Aid for Graduate and Professional School
- Aid for Elementary and Secondary School
- Aid for Specific Activities
- Innovative Programs
Education and training for individuals with disabilities - try these sites:
AmeriCorps - Details about a variety of national service options and how students can earn financial awards to be used for education.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Information on financial aid for college or a professional school.